This is a review of my recently purchased system consisting of: Denon AVR-3802 Swans Diva 6.1, C3, 2.1 SVS 20-39CS 12-gauge speaker wire from Home Depot Existing equipment: Sony PS2 - currently used as a console, DVD, and CD player. I'll be looking for a progressive scan DVD changer in the future. Akai AM-U04 amplifier to power the SVS 20-39CS. I purchased the Denon 3802 from MyDigitalUniverse.com. The factory fresh unit was shipped double boxed. All documentation was included including the warranty card. This was the lowest priced online dealer when I purchased my unit. I ordered the unit on a Tuesday night and it arrived Thursday morning. The Swans Diva were purchased from av123.com. Steve Ozmai's patience and support was second to none. He even helped me save a bit of money with a pair of b-stock 6.1s that have a slight imperfection in the varnish (barely noticeable and only if you're looking for it). As many people have noted, these babies are very well packed for shipping. You will need a LARGE area in which to unpack these. Total shipping time: 10 days including the weekend. The SVS crew is extremely responsive. The turnaround time for both e-mail questions and posts on hometheater.com is unmatched. Total shipping time: three days at a great shipping rate ($16.73)! I've been running this setup for two weeks now. The Denon is a wonderful receiver. I tend to listen to music in Stereo, Neo 6, and 5-channel stereo modes. DPL2 is used for TV broadcasts. I was a bit concerned about the Diva's WAF. My fiance didn't like the look of the speakers when I showed her the web pictures however she loves their look in real life (note to av123.com - get better scans online ). The 6.1s have definitely blossomed during its run-in period. I am continuously amazed by the bass extension and the sound stage produced by the 6.1s. All this while maintaining a level of clarity and separation that allows me to hear individual instruments and voices sing the way they were meant to. The C3 performs well in a HT setting. I was a bit concerned about the size and weight of this center speaker since the top of my 27" TV (need to upgrade this too) is slanted slightly forward. A bit of Blue Tac took care of this. I am curious though, what kind of midrange is on the C3? I've never seen anything like it. While shopping for a sub, I limited myself to subs that were sub-$500. I did not hear anything in that price range that compares with the SVS 20-39CS. This thing is great for both music and HT. It provides great musical low-end extension and rumbling that resonates in my chest when called to task. Bottom line, I couldn't be happier with my setup (for now anyway ). Thanks for all the help that forum members have provided in assisting me with my purchase. In case somebody else is comparison shopping, I auditioned, at length, Paradigm Studio 60's and B&W 603 S2's prior to purchasing the Swans Diva setup.